"Creativity" Blogs & Blog Posts

WordstrumpetWordstrumpet

A blog about novel-writing, ghost-writing, and all aspects of creativity. ...

 
BEYOND WORDSBEYOND WORDS

Working as a mixed media artist I find the book is the most powerful art fo...

 
Textile Arts Resource GuideTextile Arts Resource Guide

The purpose of this blog is to identify and provide access to a wide range ...

 
Fabric Paper ThreadFabric Paper Thread

Creativity in living. Looking at my world from different perspectives. Sewi...

 
Beelzebubs BrokerBeelzebubs Broker

The various writings of Jamie Clubb. Includes a variety of essays, articles...

 
Prado-MarinPrado-Marin

A blog about art & craft, making do, being creative and thinking outsid...

 
TwentySomethingsTwentySomethings

A TwentySomething navigates life, love, sex, writing...and the occasional f...

 


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In 1959, science fiction great Isaac Asimov penned a delightful essay about the nature of creativity that was almost entirely unknown until 2014 when one of his old friends discovered it in a file and Technology Review published it. From "On Creativi...

It is very difficult for me to say goodbye some of my favorite outfits my son wore as a baby or toddler. I have had no problem selling, handing down or donating any number of his old toys, puzzles or books over the years, but that little camouflage s...

Changing careers can be both scary and exciting, and Preeti Chhibber experienced both emotions when she quit her job in publishing to become a full-time writer. Since taking the leap in 2019, Preeti has gone on to write a Spider-Man book, an Avengers...

A global pandemic likely qualifies as one of the worst possible settings for honing creativity. Contrary to what the boldest of us may have claimed in the early weeks of COVID-19, more time doesn’t equal more inspiration. We’re tired, overwhelmed...

Back when my son was about four years old, there was this game he liked to play with me. Well, not a game, exactly; more like a scene he liked to act out. I was just about to describe it for you when I remembered I’ve actually already complained a...

This week, we’re learning how taking breaks and time off from work can actually help us improve both our creativity and productivity. Writers John Fitch and Max Frenzel speak with us about how to develop what they call a quality“rest ethic,” wh...

Even under normal circumstances, early planning for major events is critical to their success. This year, of course, we are in far from ordinary circumstances, which makes it that much more important for writers to begin planning for National Novel W...